Pets That Need A Home

Opening your home to a shelter pet is one of the most rewarding experiences you’ll have. Not only will you save a life but you’ll get years of unconditional love in return. Is there anything better than unconditional love?


Spitfire doesn’t think so…




Pets That Need A Home

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What Others Are Saying:

  1. Cindy Merrill says

    I have 2 wonderful cats, Fred and Ginger. I’d love to adopt more pets, but both of my cats are 9 and I don’t think the new comer would be welcomed.

  2. Nena Sinclair says

    I’m a huge animal lover! I agree, adopt, don’t buy from a pet store or breeder! I have 2 cats and 2 birds, but Ive found homes for countless cats and dogs over the years. Right now I also feed 7 cats who are not well looked after in my neighborhood.

  3. Shannon says

    My dog and one cat are from a shelter. I agree that they should not be overlooked when wanting to adopt.

  4. Sylvia says

    SEE This is why I love your site- NOT many sites endorse adopting shelter animals right into their website. KUDOS. I am in love with this site since I found it on Tuesday… love it!

  5. Lorayne Gothard says

    Thank you for taking that stand. I hate to see people selling puppies on the side of the road when there are so many shelter animals that need a home. I tell everyone to buy shelter animals!!!

  6. Susan Broughton says

    I so think that adoption could be the answer to helping all the unwanted animals without homes. If everyone would choose get their animals at shelters it would dramatically drop the numbers.

  7. kristen says

    Adopting a shelter dog was the best decision we ever made! Our Lily was adopted after years of abuse and being left alone in the woods of West Virginia. She is the sweetest most loveable dog.

  8. Sherri Lewis says

    It is so hard… I wish I could afford to adopt every one. Both of our cats were rescued….. the youngest was a feral cat. They found his mom, and 5 kittens in the woods scrounging for food when he was 4 months old. We contacted the humane society (where we got him from) and they are sending us another kitty that they need a foster home for. It doesn’t feel like much, but I guess every little bit helps….

    • says

      Oh Sherri—every little bit helps a lot! If every person did “a little bit” like you……A LOT would be accomplished overall! Thank you for doing what you can <3

  9. Kayleen Considine says

    I have 2 dogs that are both rescues and I love them so very much. My youngest one is a bichon frise that was confined to a crate in a puppy mill for the first 3 years of her life. I look into her beautiful eyes and wonder how anyone could be so cruel as to do that to her. She is the most wonderful little girl anyone could ever ask for. If I could, I would take all the unwanted animals (especially dogs because I’m partial to them) and give them a loving home, but 2 is enough. We give them the best home that we possibly can and above all, they know they are loved and wanted.

  10. sheila musselman askins says

    oh how i would love to take all of these! i miss having animals..i had to move into an apartment..where they don’t allow pets. So my daughter and I get our animal fix lol buy visiting the local shelter and playing with the kittens, cats and on a good day we get to walk some of the dogs!! This is a great thing you are doing by listing these! Thank you!

    • says

      Awwww….so sorry you can’t have pets where you live Sheila. I don’t know what I would do without my fur kids.
      Keep on visiting those shelters—they need you. I think it’s great that you do that <3

      Thank you for the kind words. I truly appreciate you taking the time to stop by and comment :)


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